Jeremiah Jenkins // Survival Guide // Nov 22nd – Jan 4th

Jeremiah Jenkins

“Survival Guide”

November 22nd – January 4th

Opening Reception: Friday, November 22nd, 7-10pm


Fire, Food, Water, Shelter, and Help are the five priorities in any survival situation.  Survival Guide is a series of works by Jeremiah Jenkins that will demonstrate how to obtain these things in the most important survival situations.  People who do not see this show will die.


Jeremiah Jenkins is a Northern Californian based artist who works in sculpture, mixed media, video and photography. Originally from Tennessee, Jenkins references iconography of corporate America and current social and political issues through a comical yet sophisticated lens. An ongoing theme in Jenkins works is to provide instructional and suggestive works to help the viewer take power back into their own hands for fighting the government and big business. Jenkins has shown at the Walter and McBean Galleries, Jack Fisher Gallery, Southern Exposure, Bedford Gallery, Mindy Solomon Gallery, Hatch Gallery, and the Worth Ryder Gallery. His work has been written about by the Huffington Post, San Francisco Arts Quarterly, KQED, Art Practical, Square Cylinder, and the SF Guardian.



For a complete list of available works please contact the gallery.


"Hunter and Prey", optical digital print, 16x20 in. Edition of two, 2013. Performance documentation.

"Prey and Hunter", optical digital print, 16x20 in. Edition of two, 2013. Performance documentation.

"Mistaken Water: PBR 6 pack"- gourds, paint, wax, seagrass






"Mistaken Water: Maker's Mark"-gourd, paint, wax.

"Mistaken Water: Starbucks"- gourd, paint, wax seagrass

"Mistaken Water: Liquor"- gourds, paint, wax, seagrass, rock

"Gathering Abundance", optical digital print, 16x20 in. Edition of 2. 2013.